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NM JRousselle
Member since Jun-07-09 · Last seen Mar-24-18
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   NM JRousselle has kibitzed 464 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-18 Mamedyarov vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
NM JRousselle: I still like Rb5. If White responds Qf3, Black can capture on e5 as the Black Queen protects f7 and c6. Furthermore, the Black Queen can cover those two squares from e6. In this position, if White tries b3, Black can respond Qe4 and it is difficult to see how White holds on to
   Mar-19-18 W So vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
NM JRousselle: I don't have an engine with me, but glancing at this position, I'd say Black has the winning chances. With pawns on both sides of the board, the rook has the edge vs the knight + 2 pawns. The pawns are not far advanced, so White does not have a time advantage. In the current ...
   Mar-18-18 Kramnik vs Ding Liren, 2018 (replies)
NM JRousselle: Is White's plan to sacrifice the knight for the a pawn and set up a fortress?
   Mar-17-18 B Martini vs B Lengyel, 2010 (replies)
NM JRousselle: Did Black lose on time? The final position is equal.
   Mar-13-18 Marshall vs Tarrasch, 1905
NM JRousselle: This could have been a good example of Marshall's positional skills had he not erred with 23 Rc1 (unprotecting the knight). Tarrasch immediately pounced with e5! securing the advantage. Before the error at move 23, Marshall had a nice space advantage. The silicon beast says he
   Mar-10-18 Karjakin vs Mamedyarov, 2018 (replies)
NM JRousselle: g5 looks to win. I think it leads to a 3 vs 1 on K side ending.
   Feb-15-18 Schlechter vs Pillsbury, 1898
NM JRousselle: When was the rule changed from 6 fold repetition to 3 fold? It was somewhere around the end of the 19th Century, I think.
   Jan-30-18 A W Fox vs A Clerc, 1901 (replies)
NM JRousselle: 14...a4 has to be a mistake. The position is SCREAMING for d5.
   Jan-20-18 Bareev vs M Khassanov, 1986 (replies)
NM JRousselle: 5 pieces for a Q. Amazing.
   Jan-09-18 L Collijn vs J Mieses, 1902
NM JRousselle: These games against chess patrons can not be taken too seriously, especially in this era. Capablanca was notorious for losing games to ladies in simuls.
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